The MSc programme in Nanobioscience at University of Southern Denmark teaches you how to utilise biological molecules in the construction of nanomaterials with a wide range of applications.
A graduate programme at SDU is much more than courses, classes and lectures.
A strong education programme is one that integrates academic and social experiences to maximise learning and personal development. Therefore, at SDU, you find not only a place to study, but a place to cultivate new friendships and pursue co-curricular activities
Accordingly, SDU in Odense gathers most departments under the same roof. On campus you will also find the university library, an academic bookshop, several canteens, the Friday bar, a gym, a branch of Starbucks and a plethora of academic and social student associations.
The Master's programme in Nanobioscience at SDU provides you with a great insight and qualifications within the fields of nano-science, physics, chemistry, biomedicine and biochemistry and molecular biology.
Nanoscience revolutionises the fields of biomedicine, medical technology, chemistry, biotechnology and engineering, and there are a multitude of possible uses. Nano-science is expected to contribute to the development of future pharmaceuticals, solutions to fighting bacteria, nano-materials with new functional properties, nano-computer solutions and food stuffs.
Therefore, it is predicted that we will see a rise in the demand for masters and researchers who have precisely the competence that the Nanobioscience programme provides.
The programme creates opportunities of employment in biotechnology, nano-technology and the medical industry. Within Nanobioscience, you will usually get a position in research and development in either Danish or international companies.
A Master's degree in Nanobioscience does not grant teaching credentials at the high school level.
Nanobioscience is a interdisciplinary programme in the borderline territory between chemistry, physics, biotechnology and nanoscience. The programme has a solid scientific basis and gives you a broad range of employment opportunities in fields such as research, teaching or industrial development in Denmark or abroad.
The Master's programme in Nanobioscience includes courses in nano-chemistry, spectroscopy, thermodynamics and molecule modelling.
You also complete an interdisciplinary module within Nanobioscience. Here, you encounter the newest experimental techniques and subjects in nanobioscience and nanotechnology. Furthermore, you can specialise your degree through a variety of elective courses.
You can apply until:
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You only need to take one of these language tests:
Minimum required score:
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To apply for the Master's programme in Nanobioscience, you need a relevant Bachelor's degree. You can apply if you hold a BSc in Nanobioscience from University of Southern Denmark
You can also apply if you hold a similar degree including a minimum of:
Once you apply, the study board will assess whether your degree is qualifying.
If your degree does not fulfil the entry requirements, the study board will decide whether you can follow one or more supplementary courses.
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